G’s Top 3 French Night Creams

Every week Gosia Krajewski will select her three favourite products. This week it’s all about rejuvenating skin whilst you sleep, the Parisien way.

Even though I love to make my face up every morning, there is something particularly pleasing in removing the daily dirt and leaving behind the stresses of the day. 
The truly indulging part starts when you apply a nourishing night cream and let it work its magic whilst you sleep.Here are my favourite companions for the perfect night’s sleep.

Clarins Multi-Active  Night
This lusciously smooth and comforting night cream is my true hero. Jam-packed with active
ingredients (kiwi, carob extracts and dipeptides), Clarins Multi-Active Nuit works to restore radiance, elasticity and skin’s natural tone. Think of it as eight hours of sleep in a jar.
Clarins, Multi-Active Nuit, £43. Available at Clarins.co.uk
Decleor Aroma Night Beauty Cream

With a wonderfully creamy and nourishing texture that melts into the skin, Decleor‘s Aroma Night cream works to re-invigorate exhausted skin while you sleep.
 A blend of  solar complex, black orchid and essential oils helps restore energy levels and promotes cell renewal for smoother, plumper and more vibrant-looking skin that loves me the next morning. 
The relaxing scent of Sweet Almond Cherry and Musk makes it perfect for insomniacs too!
Decleor, Aroma Nuit, £36.  Available at John Lewis
Sothys Energising Intensive Night Cream

This powerful little pot rejuvenates skin overnight by visibly reducing lines and wrinkles, whilst simultaneously stimulating the collagen production. 
With its magic ingredients – Siberian Ginseng, glycolic acid and Sophora flower extract, it increases cell renewal and encourages the elimination of toxins during the night, which means no more “puffy” face in the morning. My skin is really glowing.
Sothys, Creme Nuit, £64. Available at salons worldwide.
Gosia  x

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